A prominent Zvishavane businessman (name supplied) who owns a brick yard near Mandava Stadium was allegedly caught by a security guard naked and crying before a bucket that was filled with water and US$ notes.

The incident is said to have happened at midnight last week.

A guard manning the area allegedly heard the businessman crying at the brickyard and approached thinking that it was a thief but to his shock, he realised that it was his boss.

“I was on patrol when I heard a

TONGAYI Arnold Chirisa’s star continues to shine on the international film scene as he has earned another big role on the third season of American television series “iZombie”. The highly rated award winning series will be a big boost for the actor who has already starred in several major television productions and movies.

For someone whose journey started with a role as a detective on local soapie “Studio 263”, his life is like a fairy tale, with his

A Harare magistrate has denied bail to activist cleric, Patrick Phillip Mugadza, who controversially “prophesied” President Robert Mugabe’s death which he claimed would happen before the end of this year.

The well-known “Mugabe-must-go” churchman was remanded in custody to 3 February.

“ . . . the court ought to strike a balance between the rights of an accused person and interests of justice when considering an accused person’s determination to

United Family International Church (UFIC) leader Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa has launched a vicious attack on critics who berated him over a controversial video posted online by his spokesperson Pastor Prime Kufa towards the end of last year.

In the video, believers are encouraged to seed money ranging from US$7, US$77, US$770, US$7 700 and US$77 000 as a sign of a covenant with God for the fulfilment of their 2017 hopes.

Critics across the religious and social divide said the call for the

Zanu-PF has given Dr Joice Mujuru’s ZimPF party a baptism of fire in Bikita West after its candidate Cde Beauty Chabaya won the constituency by-election garnering 13 156 votes to her nearest rival Mr Kudakwashe Gopo of ZimPF’s 2 453 votes.

Independent candidate innocent Muzvimbiri weighed in with 725 votes, followed by Mr Madock Chivasa (NCA) with 343 votes, Mr Terrence Tanyaradzwa Makomborero (PDZ) with 132 votes while former MDC-T legislator Mr Heya Shoko got the wooden spoon

A MAN from Mzilikazi suburb in Bulawayo has been arrested for allegedly killing his 79-year-old mother using an iron rod after he was told by members of an Apostolic sect that she was bewitching his ailing daughter.

Amadi Nyathi allegedly bludgeoned his elderly mother in the early hours of yesterday at the family home at number R79 Mzilikazi.

He was arrested and detained at Mzilikazi Police Station and is expected to appear in court on a charge of murder soon.

Nyathi, who is said to be

A football club in Mozambique has won the league for the first time in 30 years, thanks to Prophet Walter Magaya’s anointing oil, it has been claimed.

Carlos Pack Lean from Tete, Cabora Bassa City in Mozambique came with the football club of Mozambique called Ferroviario of Beira which is in the Mocambola League to testify on behalf of the team.

Carlos came to PHD Ministries last year 2016 on the Night of Turnaround at the invitation of the Ambassador of Zimbabwe to Mozambique

CONTROVERSIAL Israeli security company, Nikuv International Projects, is one of the 12 companies that have responded to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to supply the electoral body with biometric registration kits and software, Newzimbabwe.com heard this week.

Last year, ZEC put a tender inviting local and international technology firms with the capacity to supply biometric voter registration (BVR) kits. The tender was closed on Wednesday and ZEC opened the bids in the presence of a

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF is apparently plotting a social media onslaught ahead of the watershed general elections due next year.It is ironic that the ruling party has been ranting and raving about the political dangers of social media, with Mugabe the major voice calling on his lieutenants such as Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo to “stop washing dirty linen on social media”.

Party secretary for administration, Ignatius Chombo, told the youth

VICE-PRESIDENT Phelekezela Mphoko stunned President Robert Mugabe and senior government officials at a high-level meeting when he said cabinet was full of thieves while also calling for the dissolution of the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc).

During the meeting, held on December 20 before Mugabe went on annual leave in the Far East, Mphoko called for the dissolution of Zacc, arguing it was being used as a political tool to target a few senior government officials when the entire

THE start of Zimbabwe’s New Year has been dominated by serious controversy over new prices for mobile data, the main channel by which most Zimbabweans access the internet and social media.

On January 9, the Posts and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz), the telecoms regulator, issued a regulatory notice announcing the introduction of floor prices for mobile data, voice services. A floor price represents the minimum price to be charged for these services. Potraz

GREEN Ambassador and jazz crooner, Dereck Mpofu, is reportedly playing ‘hide and seek’ after impregnating his girlfriend.

The married singer has been accused of cheating on his wife with Patience Ndazi who is now 28 weeks pregnant.

Sources say the Chisikana Changu Zimbabwe singer is now denying responsibility of the unborn child, which prompted his girl-friend to open the lid with some chats between the two cementing the relationship as well as photographs.“For some time

Gambia’s new president has said that Yahya Jammeh, who ruled the country for 22 years and refused to step down after losing the recent election, has finally “agreed to leave”.

Writing on Twitter on Friday, Adama Barrow said Jammeh would also leave the country.

“I would like to inform you that Yahya Jammeh has agreed to step down. He is scheduled to depart Gambia today. #NewGambia,” he tweeted.

Barrow was sworn-in at Gambia’s embassy in Dakar in

An abusive husband from Filabusi is in the habit of barking at his wife whenever he brings his numerous girlfriends for sleepovers.

Peter Sibanda, 32, allegedly tired of his wife’s poor se_x activity in bed tells her to sleep on the floor so that she could watch and learn how other women do it on her bed. The emotionally abused wife, Grace Nyoni, poured her heart out to her mother-in-law Eunice Sibanda who reprimanded him but he wise counsel fell on deaf ears.

“I told him to

A man from Mahlabathini in Inyathi became insane after he stole a cellphone from a bar patron, only to regain his senses three weeks later upon returning it to the owner. Sam Jubane stole the cellphone on 15 December last year at Mahamba Business centre and became mad the following day. He became crazy up to 5 January when the cellphone was returned to its owner who comes from Gwanda. Not knowing of their son’s actions, his family rushed him to Inyathi district hospital for treatment

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